Wednesday, October 21, 2009

thoughts

Just some random thoughts from the day.

  • You know the words that you have to type out when you leave a comment on a blog.  They always seem so close to real words.  For some reason I find them hysterical, and think I need to post about this funny almost word...then I can never remember what the almost word was.

  • I find myself to be such a paradox.  How can I expect anyone else to get me if I don't even get me?

  • Why do I think about myself so much?  Does everyone do this?  Note to self...think about other people more.

  • You know those posts that are 100 things about me (here we go with me again!).  I don't even know if I know 100 things about me.  I had trouble with the list of 25 I did for Facebook.

  • Why is Facebook so addictive?  After a while you sort of get to know what certain people will write, so you don't even really need to read their posts, but, yet, I still do.  Every day.

  • I have issues.  No, literally.  I have about 10 issues of my favorite magazines that I need to read.  I am way behind.  Probably because of Facebook.

  • Speaking of issues with magazines...I love recipes.  Whenever I read a magazine that has a recipe I  like I will rip it out.  Then after a while I have a stack of ripped out magazine pages.  I would say that I usually make about 10% of the recipes.  Why do I do this to myself?  Like I really need one more thing to organize?

  • I ran with Noah in the jogger to drop him off at the babysitter's.  I loved the fact that I was doing two things at once.  Who says multi-tasking isn't efficient?  I've done this a few times, since the babysitter lives about 1/2 mile away.  Since I'm just getting back into running these days, this is the perfect distance for now.  The problem is that I have to push the empty stroller back home.  Without fail, someone always asks me where the baby is.  For some reason, I don't think that is funny at all.

  • I always wait way too long to go to the bathroom.  Why is that?  It's kind of an important thing, and when I wait it certainly isn't comfortable.  It really doesn't take that long to do, and I always feel better after.  It really just doesn't make sense to wait, yet I do almost every single time.

  • I love to see people making healthy choices when it comes to food.  I also judge people that don't make healthy choices.  Why do I care so much about what other people do?
  • I am definitely a morning exerciser.  The problem is on the mornings I have to work I can't get up early enough to get my workouts in, so I put them off until the evening and then they are terrible.  I even skipped Masters Swim on Monday night because I was so tired.  Tonight I slogged through 45 minutes on the trainer, but it wasn't pretty.  I've got to come up with a better plan.
  • I just spent about an hour putting in the number of minutes read by each child in the 2nd and 3rd grade at my son's school last week.  I saved after every class, and now, for the life of me, I can't find the completed spreadsheet, so I will have to do it again!  I'm a smart person.  Why are some things so hard for me?
  • I'm hungry.
Happy training!!

7 comments :

  1. LOL, great post Kelli. I can relate! I think you'd leave me in the dust running :-) If you ever want to meet up, I could use the challenge. I'm horribly slow!

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  2. I think waiting to go to the bathroom is a good trait for a triathlete! I used to have the opposite problem and have spent this whole year trying to train myself to hold it longer!

    Go to bed earlier!

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  3. Can you leave the baby jogger at the babysitters?

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  4. I was going to say the same thing as Kendra.What about leaving the stroller at the Babysitters. Then she can use it if she needs it and you can making a run back later in the day or you can just throw the stroller in the car!

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  5. I can totally relate, but that is probably not a big surprise! :)

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  6. I used to be a morning exerciser, used to love getting it out of the way. I need to get my lazy butt out bed and just do it.

    I don't know why, but your stroller story made me think of the time I was walking with Eliza in the Baby Bijorn, she was wearing a brown snowsuit and a woman thought she was a cat. people are so weird.

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  7. I love reading all these. And Kelly, I can relate to all those things...verrry funny. Love the note to self-think of others more often. WHY oh WHY can I not get a grip on that? I think as moms and wives, we really do think more of others more often than we realize....I hope?!;-)ugh

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